We created the initial version of the protocol.
On top of it we built a proof of concept (PoC) to show that the whole system actually works. The PoC worked, but would be implemented differently today.
The protocol however stayed more or less the same compared with today’s version.
Some gui designs were made:
Approaches to improve OpenCoin.
The protocol was extended: https://github.com/OpenCoin/opencoin-historic/tree/master/standards
This client runs on s60, which is the operating system that was used by early Nokia smartphones. There was a python version for s60 (called pys60) that allowed running python scripts.
This was a python version to be run for documentation purposes:
This is the current version, where the focus is on the OpenCoin protocol only. We think now that just creating the protocol, and keeping it as small and simple as possible is the best approach for implementers.